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is needed, because we prefer to turn it around quickly. >> we always try to keep 150 to 300 units of our most popular. >> knowing their customers and when they'll place their orders is important. >> smaller retailers want their stuff quickly because they don't have to plan ahead, and they don't have storage. so they order as needed and they expect it when they need it. >> they definitely require more attention. >> we have a finite amount of space and strength, and everything is done by hand. >> we can hang on to produced seed bombs within and then screen print the pouchs is put it together very quickly. >> ideally, production takes a few days. >> we let them air dry for a minimum of two days, ideally three days. >> finding multiple suppliers helps with the work flow. >> if we do need something overnight, we can get it overnight and respond as quickly as possible. >> they found a you need balance between the number of supplies and the products they make. >> it's a consistent recipe, but we might sad something special here or there, whether it's herbs or wild flower seeds -- >> it allows f
to 300 units of some of our kind of repeat selling products. 300 is two or three batches and 150 is one or two batches. it's just a feeling of, of course, that's a good amount to have. >> we first started, we were definitely making less than that. >> knowing their customers and knowing when they may place their orders are part of the calculated risks they take. >> the big wholesale orders that we get have enough lead time that we can really kind of plan out. >> smaller retailers want their stuff quickly because they don't have to plan ahead and they don't have storage, so they order as needed, and they expect it when they need it. >> larger orders definitely require a bit more attention. >> we all need to stay on a schedule. we have a finite amount of space, a finite amount of strength, and everything is done by hand. >> but it's often those sales that produce the inventory that maya and michael need to respond to smaller orders simultaneously. >> we can hang on to produced seed bombs and then screen print the pouches and put the product together very quickly so that's a part of the lab
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